I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Darwin and Sam for a few years now. They are two of the most dedicated, innovative and hard working photographers I know. Until recently, they each maintained an independent online presence but recently consolidated their work under a new brand: oopoomoo.com (you can find out what it means on [...]
Isaac Newton famously said that if he had seen further it is because he was standing on the shoulders of giants. Similarly, modern conservation photographers are carrying on the tradition of pioneers who used their photographic art to advocate for the preservation of wild places. Still, even among these proverbial giants of conservation photography, some [...]
Continuing my series of interviews with creative artists and photographers, I posed a few questions to my friend Marc Adamus. Before meeting Marc a couple of years ago, I remember being intensely curious. While his exquisite photography is recognized by many, I knew very little of the man behind the camera. Marc does not share [...]
I recently had the great pleasure of speaking with Alister Benn of Available Light Images. I’ve enjoyed reading Alister’s insightful blog for some time now and was very excited to be his first podcast guest. If interested, you may listen to our conversation here.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Charlie Borland, founder of Pro Nature Photographer. If you’re not familiar with the site, it is one of the richest and most informative resource for anything having to do with the business of nature photography. I highly recommend adding it to your daily reading list. My interview [...]
In this installment of my interview series with creative photographers, I posed some questions to my good friend and photographer Michael Gordon. By way of a disclaimer, Michael and I have been friends for well over a decade. We shared many miles on the trails, many campfire conversations and many memorable experiences in the wild. [...]
This is the first in a series of interviews with photographers I consider creative and innovative. Those who followed this blog for a while know that I am committed to making the case for photography as a fine art. To that end, I seek out those who dare to defy convention and to chart their [...]